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Old 01-15-2007, 06:10 PM
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how to remove glass/Satellite

Help guys.Stupid but annoying.'68 Satellite station wagon.Today I attempted to remove the rear-side glass off this car.I am good at pulling windshields and not cutting the rubber strips.I imagine how tough it should be to find replacement for such a car.Here is the problem.It seems to me that this particular glass is installed from inside! Lower edge first - where apparently it has no flange on the body- and upper edge last.Anyone?

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[I] My Experiences with tail gate glass is there has to be a panel of some kind to access the regulator . There you should find where the window is bolted or reveted to the regulator. I sure hope this helps ya . May be walk away from it and have a beer and think about it.Maybe even sleep on it fer a few nights. It always works for me . Al
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Thanks Pygmys.But in my case it is the side glass.The fixed one.Do you know?
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[I] I've never done one in that kinda car .But what I've done in my time in that year is not epoxyed in . Have you tried a draw knife? It's a knife glass workers use with a right angle blade on it with a short cable hooked on the upper blade part with a T handle on it for pulling on . Ya might try just a little heat from a hair dryer also it might soften it up .
I really do wish ya luck . It's been so long since I've done any of the year. Al
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